ṣerretum

AkkadianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Semitic *ṣ́arrat- (co-wife). Equivalent to 𒈲𒊒𒌝 (ṣerrum, enmity) +‎ -𒂊𒌈 (-etum, feminine suffix). Cognate with Arabic ضَرَّة(ḍarra) and Biblical Hebrew צָרָה(ṣɔrɔ).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ṣerretum f (plural ṣerrētum)

  1. concubine, subsidiary wife
  2. rival

InflectionEdit

Declension
singular dual plural
Nominative ṣerretum ṣerretān ṣerrētum
Genitive ṣerretim ṣerretīn ṣerrētim
Accusative ṣerretam ṣerretīn ṣerrētim
Construct state ṣerret
This table gives Old Babylonian inflection. Not all of the entries may be attested.

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